Friday, September 17, 2010

AutoWeek's Virtual Green Car Show Says Something

Crain Communications produces Automotive News, essentially the bible of the auto industry, and its weekly edition, AutoWeek. Not long ago, Automotive News held another green car OEM summit near Detroit, and is devoting more space to coverage of these vehicles and their technology.

AutoWeek will soon be hosting its first Virtual Green Car Show with exhibits in a digital hall featuring the latest on green power systems and new hybrid and electric vehicles, fuel cells, and diesels. The show will also provide attendees with access to experts for Q&A and opportunities to network with other green consumers.

The Crain publications tend to reflect the thinking of the Detroit auto industry, which has begrudgingly been infiltrated by foreign automakers, many of whom have set up shop in Detroit metro, California, Tennessee, etc. It's also taken a lot of forward motion for the publications to devote more space to green machines, but it is definitely happening. And these publications offer more rich details for how all this affects the automotive supply chain and dealer networks.

1 comment:

Kevyn Hagemann said...

Since global warming has awakened the mind of every people to save the Earth, there are lots of industries, especially cars, who support the campaign of making the Earth Green. In order to help minimizing carbon emission, you must choose a gas which is eco-friendly. I have a Viper Coupe form Dodge. Edmonton dealerships usually guide their clients in choosing cars, and the dealer explains well the features of every model that they're selling.